Council to select three zoning alternatives for the 145th St Subarea at Monday meeting

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Monday, September 29, 2014 – Special Meeting 5:45 p.m.
Station Area Phased Zoning

Monday, September 29 – Regular Meeting 7:00 p.m.

Agenda Highlights

  • Motion to Select Three Zoning Alternatives for Consideration for the 145th St. Station Area Design Dialogue Workshop
  • Discussion of Affordable Care Act Employer Mandate and Revisions to the Personnel Policies
  • Executive Session: Litigation – RCW 42.30.110(1)(i)
Link to full Agenda and background documents - including notes from previous meeting where 145th zoning was discussed

Shoreline Area News Editorial comment: If you care what happens in the broad area around the 145th Street Station - say from Aurora to I-5, and more importantly, how fast it happens, attend the meetings and make comments in writing. There will be many more meetings, I promise you, but if what you want is influence, it's most effective to get in at the head of the stream, which is now.

Join the 145th Street Citizens Committee and share the work - not everyone needs to go to every meeting, but someone needs to be at each meeting to report back to the rest of the group. 

The recent rezoning proposal for the 185th Station subarea took place over a series of 6-8 meetings of the Planning Commission, City Council, Planning Department, and informal and formal public meetings. Changes happened at every meeting.

The 145th Street Citizens Committee is chaired by Robin Lombard, Parkwood Neighborhood. Stefanie Gendreau represents Ridgecrest. Email for information and to be added to the mailing list.

--Diane Hettrick


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